Making RNA probes with T7 transcription

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== mRNA sense & antisense probes ==
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[[Image:Antisense_probes_and_mRNA.png|thumb|left|500px|Probes need to be antisense respective to the mRNA to be able to bind their target. Care has to be taken during experimental design to make a suitable antisense probe.]]
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== In vitro T7 transcription of an RNA probe ==
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[[Image:T7 primer design for RNA antisense probes.png|thumb|left|500px|Designing primers for T7 RNA synthesis]]
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# designing a suitable primer combining the T7 promoter sequence and a sequence specific part
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# attaching a T7 promoter via PCR
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# in vitro transcription using T7 polymerase and the PCR product as a template
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== See also ==
== See also ==
* [[In vitro transcription with T7 RNA polymerase]]
* [[In vitro transcription with T7 RNA polymerase]]

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mRNA sense & antisense probes

Probes need to be antisense respective to the mRNA to be able to bind their target. Care has to be taken during experimental design to make a suitable antisense probe.
Probes need to be antisense respective to the mRNA to be able to bind their target. Care has to be taken during experimental design to make a suitable antisense probe.


In vitro T7 transcription of an RNA probe

Designing primers for T7 RNA synthesis
Designing primers for T7 RNA synthesis


  1. designing a suitable primer combining the T7 promoter sequence and a sequence specific part
  2. attaching a T7 promoter via PCR
  3. in vitro transcription using T7 polymerase and the PCR product as a template


See also

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